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mean, i must say i look at some of the discussion around the debt ceiling discussion, around the debt ceiling extension, and i share luis view that, you know, that this is really the height of irresponsibility we're significant here discussing why the united should default or not on its debt, which is debt that has been incurred as a reabsolved of spending that hasn't been approved by both bodies of congress and signed by the president of the united states. there are 535 members of congress, i assure you that not a single one of them, if they were confronted with a credit card bill they didn't like, would simply say i'm not going pay that. because they know that the implications for their credit rating the access to future bank loans would be effective for ten or fifteen or twenty years. it's kind of appalling we're sitting here discussing whether we would do it with our country we're so incredibly proud of. >> let me -- my last question try to be a little bit provocative. folks like allen, very well with respected economist peter diamond and nobel prize winning economist, and i'm bla
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